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Rooftop Dining

Dinner on a rooftop – what could be better than that? Especially if you recently purchased a home in Portland, eating at a rooftop restaurant is a fun opportunity to look at the city and get your bearings. You'll see natural parks, residential neighborhoods, and majestic Mount Hood in the distance. Here are some of the best rooftop bars and restaurants our brokers recommend visiting in the Portland area.

  • Noble Rot: 1111 East Burnside St., Portland, OR 97214
    Noble Rot opened in 2002 and quickly became a Portland staple for fresh, seasonal cuisine. Their rooftop is a real garden where they grow a wide array of veggies. In the winter, you'll see endive, kale, and arugula. In the summer, the garden is bursting with tomatoes and peppers. Guests are welcome to visit the garden, breathe in the fresh air, and enjoy views of the city below before tucking into a delicious meal.

    Guests love the Grilled Pork Shoulder, which comes with golden beets, cabbage, and cranberries. A slice of the olive oil cake, topped with lemon curd and Chantilly cream, brings any meal to a delicious end.

  • Radio Room: 1101 NE Alberta St., Portland, OR 97211
    Radio Room is a neighborhood restaurant and bar with an adults-only rooftop bar. The rooftop overlooks the city's arts district, which makes for some lovely views. Take time to admire the building itself, too. It dates back to the 1940s and has been beautifully restored in the Art Deco style.

    Radio Room serves brunch every day until 3 pm. Favorites include the Avocado Toast and the Florentine Benedict. They also have a great happy hour with specials like $1 off draft beers and $2 off select cocktails. 

  • Laurelwood Brewing Co: 5115 NE Sandy Blvd., Portland, OH 97213
    If you're in the mood for a beer after looking at Portland homes for sale, then Laurelwood Brewing Co is the place to go. The rooftop patio is open and sunny, with plenty of space for friends. 

    Laurelwood Brewing Co crafts a lot of creative beers, such as their Fresh Hop Mosaic Ale, made with flaked barley and Munich malt. Their menu features dishes that pair well with their beers. Try the French Dip with a stout or a Rueben with an IPA.

  • Xport Bar & Lounge: 1355 SW 2nd Ave., Portland, OR 97201
    Xport Bar & Lounge is one of the most popular rooftop lounges in downtown Portland. It has a modern, European vibe and a delightful menu of exotic fusion dishes. You'll want to make a reservation for dinner, especially on the weekends.

    Start your evening with an appetizer to share. The Garlic Truffle Fries are incredible, as are the Maple Glazed Brussel Sprouts. When it comes to entrees, you can't go wrong with the Porter Burger. Pair it with a hand-crafted cocktail, and you're in for a treat.

  • 10 Barrel Brewing: 1411 NW Flanders St., Portland, OR 97209
    If you're seeking a more casual atmosphere, 10 Barrel Brewing is a great place to go. They have a rooftop party bar that's always bustling with friendly guests and great music. If you like hoppy beers, you're in luck. Space Ghost is a hybrid IPA with tropical notes, and Farewell IPA features passionfruit and mango.

    The food at 10 Barrel Brewing receives rave reviews. The pizzas are made in a real, wood-fired oven. For something lighter, try the Rockfish, caught off the Oregon coast and served on a bed of black lentils. 

  • Metropolitan Tavern: 1021 NE Grand Ave., #600, Portland, OR 97232
    Metropolitan Tavern 
    would be the perfect spot for date night or a weekend dinner with friends. They serve delicious cocktails and contemporary cuisine on their rooftop deck and in their indoor dining room. They're known for their small plates, which include Carnitas Tacos, Fried Calamari, and Tuna Poke. 

    Metropolitan Tavern also serves artisan pizzas, including the Herbivore Pizza topped with pesto, mushrooms, olives, peppers, artichokes, and spinach. For a special occasion, try the Filet Mignon, a classic served with compound butter, mashed potatoes, and grilled broccolini. A handcrafted Pisco Sour or Manhattan will complete your meal perfectly.

If you're new to the Portland area and still looking for a place to call home, contact us. Our friendly agents will be happy to help you navigate the real estate market and make an offer on the perfect place. 

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